Barack Obama, our next President

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"The road ahead will be long. Our climb will be steep," Obama cautioned. Young and charismatic but with little experience on the national level, Obama smashed through racial barriers and easily defeated ...
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carol

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<quoted text>The dooms day rhetoric is becoming a real bore. Do you assume that the majority of Americans are wrong and you are right? That the majority of us WANT another rich man that has only any real interest in the wealthy? That the majority of us want another cowboy type holding the reins of the most powerful country? Dictating terms to other nations and trying to monopolize their resources?The age of empires are over.
We are emerging into a different era,one that Republicans and conservatives,and rightest minded people are just not ready to accept. But guess what? You/they are in the minority AT LAST!! America is waking up and the world is appreciating it.
I assumed people wanted a president who would bring back jobs and manufacturing and who had the qualifications to fix this mess.

But when an incumbent president promises free stuff to the same people he made victims of his big government ideology and liberal women get another wild hair about preserving the killing of their unborn, I assumed wrongly.

Ask Hillary about the lengths to which this administration's campaign will go to decieve and to get their way. Even if it means turning on their own. She was mad as a hornet in 2008.

Here see for yourself.



Hillary: "Shame on YOU, Barack Obama!!"

She was really pissed about Obama's lying in the campaign. And she's one of their own! Just imagine how Romney must have felt.
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The president’s mind-set as the “fiscal cliff” approaches is far feistier. He won reelection in a campaign that centered on higher taxes for the wealthy. Even more, in the White House view, the hazard of cliff-jumping is way less than the danger of ceiling-hitting.

So rather than extend the Bush tax cuts for higher-income taxpayers, the president is willing to risk another recession — a move he would blame, and with good reason, on Republican intransigence.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/ruth-m...
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You guys are making a very big mistake!! vote for me!!!
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Okay, I'm having fun with this now.

Here are Hillary's words in full context:

"This election is about misleading, false and discredited attacks that interfere with voters being able to make an informed judgment.

"I am not going to stand here and see this campaign polluted by the kind of misleading, discredited and false attacks. We deserve better than that. He's been called out on it, he has been contradicted on it, he knows better and here it is 'Paid for by the Obama for America Campaign.'

"So, shame on you Barack Obama. It is time you ran a campaign consistent with your messages in public, that's what I expect from you. Meet me in Ohio and let's have a debate about your tactics and your behavior in this campaign."

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-502443_162-386837...

"...misleading, discredited and false attacks..."

Does that sound like deja vu or what?
carol

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sonicfilter wrote:
Obama Bluntly And Repeatedly Reminds Everyone He Won The Election
http://2012.talkingpointsmemo.com/2012/11/oba...
It's all good. Carol has been bluntly and repeatedly reminding us who lost the election.
(if only it was just carol!)
Yes, he loves to still remind us it's all about him.

Thanks for stroking the most narcissitic president's ego we've ever had.

“fairtax.org”

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Here is a question? All 50 states have now received the required signatures to call for seceding from the United States. If all 50 states secede what will we call the new country? Is D.C. included. Do we have to let it in? Would it be better to split it up into 5 regional countries?
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carol wrote:
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Yes, he loves to still remind us it's all about him.
Thanks for stroking the most narcissitic president's ego we've ever had.
you're welcome.

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keyedup wrote:
<quoted text>Can;t believe you losers are still here..you'll never get it..

THE GREAT PRESIDENT OBAMA -----BEST PRESIDENT EVER

YOUR RULER

MASTER OF YOUR MISERABLE LITTLE LIFE
BOW DOWN AND KISS YOUR MASTERS FEET

You miserable racist loser.....AHAHAHHHHHhhhhhahaha hahhahaha
YOUR LIVE AS A BIGOT IS OVER

WE RULE YOU NOW ,SUFFER

FOX PUT YOU HERE WE WILL KEEP YOU DOWN

GET A LIFE--- JOIN YOUR DAUGHTER VOTE DEMOCRATIC
REDEEM YOUR MISERABLE RACIST GODLESS LIFE..
You are a joke.
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Mittens blames the 47%.

Sour grapes and zero dignity.

What a putz... Welcome to obscurity Mittens

And, looney toon Santorum warned Mutt was the worst GOP selection! The GOP should have listened.

Mormons picked Obama
Jews picked Obama
Catholics picked Obama
Women, Latinos, Asians, picked Obama
Popular vote & Electorial won by Obama
Senate seats won, control retained
Youth picked Obama
Swings states picked Obama

In short, the GOP was rejected, totally.

Ironically, the 'sore losers' comments are the perfect example of WHY they were dismissed by voters.

Each hostile post confirms how confused and delusional the Repugs have become.

;-)
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As Republicans dig out from a defeat that their poll-deniers said was impossible, they need to acknowledge many large failures.

Their attempts to demonize President Obama and undercut him by obstructing his agenda didn’t work. Their assumption that the conservative side would vote in larger numbers than Democrats was wrong. The tea party was less the wave of the future than a remnant of the past. Blocking immigration reform and standing by silently while nativist voices offered nasty thoughts about newcomers were bad ideas. Latino voters heard it all and drew the sensible electoral conclusion.

Democrats are entitled to a few weeks of reveling because their victory really was substantial. Obama won all but one of the swing states and a clear popular-vote majority. The Democrats added to their Senate majority in a year that began with almost everyone predicting they’d lose seats. They even won a plurality of the vote in House races; Republicans held on because of gerrymandering.

Just as important, the voters repudiated the very worst aspects of post-Bush conservatism: its harsh tone toward those in need, its doctrinaire inflexibility on taxes, its inclination toward extreme pronouncements on social issues, and its hard anti-government rhetoric that ignored the pragmatic attitude of the electorate’s great middle about what the public sector can and can’t do. If conservatives are at all reflective, we should be in for a slightly less rancid and divisive debate over the next couple of years.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/ej-dio...

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carol wrote:
<quoted text>It's the fundamentally transformed America that you and Obama wanted so badly.

Cheap thrills only go so far though. Reality inevitably always sets in eventually.

I give it another year.
I don't even give it a year. The way the scandals are falling into place. What president says, If you have a problem take it up with me? Teenagers spout that off to fellow classmates. I can't wait to say, I told you so!
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Here is a question? All 50 states have now received the required signatures to call for seceding from the United States. If all 50 states secede what will we call the new country? Is D.C. included. Do we have to let it in? Would it be better to split it up into 5 regional countries?
The Confederacy of Takers

President Obama’s opponents have unwittingly come up with a brilliant plan to avoid the “fiscal cliff.” They want to secede from the union.

If Obama were serious about being a good steward of the nation’s finances, he’d let them.

The White House, in one of those astro-turf efforts that make people feel warm about small-d democracy, launched a “We the People” program on its Web site last year, allowing Americans to petition their government for a redress of grievances. Any petition that receives 25,000 or more signatures within 30 days is promised a response (though not necessarily a favorable one) from the Obama administration.

And so a large number of patriotic Americans, mostly from states won by Mitt Romney last week, have petitioned the White House to let them secede. They should be careful about what they wish for. It would be excellent financial news for those of us left behind if Obama were to grant a number of the rebel states their wish “to withdraw from the United States and create [their] own NEW government”(the petitions emphasize “new” by capitalizing it).

Red states receive, on average, far more from the federal government in expenditures than they pay in taxes. The balance is the opposite in blue states. The secession petitions, therefore, give the opportunity to create what would be, in a fiscal sense, a far more perfect union.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/dana-m...

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flack wrote:
Here is a question? All 50 states have now received the required signatures to call for seceding from the United States. If all 50 states secede what will we call the new country? Is D.C. included. Do we have to let it in? Would it be better to split it up into 5 regional countries?
You do realize those petitions on the White House page have no legal standing.

You don't even have to be from that state to sign them.

I'd sign that petition for every red state.
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flack wrote:
Here is a question? All 50 states have now received the required signatures to call for seceding from the United States. If all 50 states secede what will we call the new country? Is D.C. included. Do we have to let it in? Would it be better to split it up into 5 regional countries?
I say let's split it up.

Amazing, isn't it? That all 50 states could garner enough signatures for something as significant as secession?

It's more symbolic than anything but still quite signficant.

It should definitely send a message to Obama. But since he's already reminding us he won again, it won't matter much to him.

Especially since he's a lot more "flexible" now.

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Eurozone falls back into recession. Yeah let's do what they've been doing. It will turn out great.

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How's the housing market doing now under Obama?
"Nearly two thirds of housing markets across the country are in worse shape now than when the bust began in 2008, according to a study of 919 counties by the research firm RealtyTrac. Worst hit are Atlanta, Tucson, Salt Lake City, and Cook County, Il., where home prices have fallen nearly 20 percent in the last four years"
From The Washington Post as reported in The Week magazine, Nov 16,2012.
Bummer!
Legend has it that everything the ancient Greek King Midas touched turned into gold. In Obama's case everything he touches turns into buffalo dung and then he not only wants to tax it but also wants it be covered under obamacare as a Democratic beauty cream with no deductible or co pay. Nancy Pelosi said she will use it first and figure out what's in it later.
Under the reign of Obama we have incurred the largest debt known in history, almost 17 trillion$$. Where do the people that are on the take, the people that will not work, where do they think they will get the money for others to pay their way in life and the lives of their children. Freddie mac and Fannie mae(Barney Frank's baby) made the liar loans that cause the bubble that burst in 2008. OMG I could write a book.
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lilmomday wrote:
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I don't even give it a year. The way the scandals are falling into place. What president says, If you have a problem take it up with me? Teenagers spout that off to fellow classmates. I can't wait to say, I told you so!
The lame stream media interpretted it as "don't stop cheerleading for me no matter how much I use you".

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carol wrote:
And I am so sick and tired of this president always being "offended" by any criticism of his administration.
Could he possibly be MORE narcissistic?
It is really easy to tell where posters get their information.

Obama being narcissistic was a Rush Limbaugh deal.

Carl,. turn off Rush Limbaugh, he is making you stupid.

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Imhotep wrote:
Mittens blames the 47%.
Sour grapes and zero dignity.
What a putz... Welcome to obscurity Mittens
And, looney toon Santorum warned Mutt was the worst GOP selection! The GOP should have listened.
Mormons picked Obama
Jews picked Obama
Catholics picked Obama
Women, Latinos, Asians, picked Obama
Popular vote & Electorial won by Obama
Senate seats won, control retained
Youth picked Obama
Swings states picked Obama
In short, the GOP was rejected, totally.
Ironically, the 'sore losers' comments are the perfect example of WHY they were dismissed by voters.
Each hostile post confirms how confused and delusional the Repugs have become.
;-)
Where is the money going to come from in the future to keep you up?

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RealDave wrote:
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You do realize those petitions on the White House page have no legal standing.
You don't even have to be from that state to sign them.
I'd sign that petition for every red state.
I haven't checked myself but I've been told you have to register your name and address to sign in to sign on. Doesn't mean you couldn't make up an address. Typical libtard mentality.

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